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Lesson 12
This optional lesson provides a look into how we view our-selves and how others view us.It is also a model for opening up the linesofcommunication with others.It serves to show how we become increas-ingly more open to others as we get to know them and share informationabout ourselves.
Educational Goal:
The goal ofthis lesson is for the learner to betterunderstand themselves and how others see them.
The learner will:
Explain how the Johari Window works
Respond to the value ofunderstanding ourself better and how others view us.
Skill Standard Connections:
As people learn and work with oneanother over time,we reveal things about ourselves,whether directly orindirectly.In becoming part ofa team we need to be open and communi-cate.We need to be open to how other people see us.The same opennessand learning should also take place in the home with family and friends.This lesson has connections to the Tennessee KSA –
andthe EFF Standard –
Take Responsibility for Learning 
.(Appendix II)
Teaching Strategy:
The strategy for the Johari Window is to talk thelearners through the various quadrants ofthe grid.They begin to gaininsights to how they view themselves but also how they reveal more thanthey know to other people.They begin to have a better appreciation forwhat other people feel and see.Use the class as an example ofhow wereveal only certain things about ourselves initially,but as time goes onand we open up,we reveal more about “who”we really are.As the classprovides feedback to one another,learners start to see themselves throughthe eyes ofthe other classmates.As time goes on and they bond,they become more and more open.
Lesson Plan
Homework Review:
Watch the world news
Johari Window
1 hours
Lesson Plan
Learner Note Taker
Teaching Tip
Begin each day with areview of the previousday
s homework. Allow 15-20minutes to review the homework.Then begin the
Thought for theDay.
Give students time toanswer the four questions. Thendiscuss the
Thought for theDay.
Johari Window
Lesson 12
Thought for the Day
One doesn
t discover new lands without consenting to lose sight oftheshore for a very long time.
— Andre Gide 
Allow yourselfto go to new and higher places.Don’t be afraid to acceptthe challenge ofsuccess.Don’t allow yourselfto fall into the comfortzone.Be willing to try new things that will help you to create a bridge to your future.
Have you ever had someone say that you were good at some-thing,but you did not feel that about yourself? Over time,however,moreand more people told you the same thing.An example could be teachingothers,listening,or counseling others on the right way to do something.As time went on you realized that they were right.They saw something in you that you did not recognize.How did they know?
This lesson will show you a simple but true concept ofhowwe view ourselves and how others view us.It will help us to be open tothe insights ofothers and be more open about who and what we are.
We will slowly walk our way through the concept oftheJohari Window and discuss how it applies to ourselves.
Body ofLesson
Main Point 1: Background on the Johari Window
The Johari Window is a model for getting and giving feedback.It is acommunication model,and we can see it working in the classroom,onthe job,and at home.Two psychologists,Joseph Luft and Harry Ingrham,originally developed the window.Let’s draw a window with four windowpanes.These windowpanes repre-sent our personality.Let’s take a look at each windowpane and see ifitmakes sense.
Johari Window
Lesson 12
Main Point 2: Arena
The arena is the information that you know about yourselfand that oth-ers also know.It is the obvious things,e.g.race,name,height,weight,etc.It is those things that you told others when you introduced yourselfto theclass.It is also those feelings that you have shared during the “Thoughtfor the Day,learning styles,communication process,and the personality lessons.It is all ofthat information that you wanted other people toknow.This is an area that is very open for all to see.As time goes on will you tell and reveal more about yourselfto the class?Why?
Things I knowabout myselfThings othersknow about meThings I don
t knowabout myselfThings othersdon
t knowabout me
Teaching Tips
Draw on the board themodel above with thelabels on the side.Write in
in the firstwindowpane as you cover thatmain point. Continue to addwords as you progress.
Things I knowabout myselfThings othersknow about meThings I don
t knowabout myselfThings othersdon
t knowabout me

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